About your Search

20130318
20130326
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)
francis celebrating an inaugural mass before hundreds and hundreds of thousands of people and weather i could have used last week in rome. boy, what a day as he again kissing one man, is this yet another symbol of a man who many people are calling the people's pope? >> i saw this when it was happening live and he would just jump out -- it wasn't a popemobile. it was an open jeep and he would see someone and he would disembark and just bless them. it was something to see this morning. we'll have a lot more on that >>> but, let's get right now to the breaking news for the view ners the west. the fatalities overnight for the marines. abc's martha raddatz calling it by far the largest loss of life she can remember in recent history in ground training. paula faris starts uts off. >> seven killed, seven wounded. seven u.s. marines have been killed in a training accident. seven injured. david kerley is following this. david, what do we know? >> this does appear to be one of the deadliest military ground training accidents we have seen in recent memory, could be decades. seven dead and seven in
incredible images out of the vatican. pope francis celebrating his first palm sunday. this was just moments ago. he walked along st. peter's carrying a palm. he greeted the faithful. continuing his image as the people's pope. >> all right, and also this morning, a sure sign of spring in new york city, the world-famous coney island reopens this morning. the big comeback for the amusement park and beach that was hard-hit by superstorm sa y sandy. >>> we'll begin with the winter that just won't end. a spring snowstorm is moving its way across the east. abc's gio benitez is in the thick of it in hard-hit kansas city. but let's begin with ginger zee. >>> i want to start with a look at why you can't drive in this type of snowstorm. look at this this is from the topeka, a highway sign completely caked in snow. close to 20 inches fell in colorado. a whole lot of snow. winter storm warnings stretch from kansas all of the way to pennsylvania. we want to check in with gio benitez who's in kansas city, a place i have been too often this winter. gio snshgs. >> reporter: you know, ginger who hav
is this friday. josh? >>> we're going to turn now to the vatican, where pope francis will be officially inaugurated tomorrow. as the new pontiff. leaders around the world will gather there. remarkable moments here as you see here this past weekend. the pope plunged into the crowds to greet well-wishers. ron claiborne joins us with the latest. good morning, ron. >> reporter: good morning to you, josh. we're seeing again why this pope has become so popular in a matter of days. he's doing things that popes in the past didn't do. today, he's meeting with one world leader he knows very well. in his first meeting as pope with ae head of state, pope francis will sit down today with cristina kirchner, the president of his native argentina. the vatican grapples with a lingering controversy, allegations that as a young provincial leader, the future pope turned a blind eye while military rulers were jailed and killed. >> before we knew who was going to be pope, i said that the cardinals are very, very aware that they need to elect someone that doesn't have skeletons in his closet. whether they mad
. pope meeting pope or former pope. the new pope francis is having lunch with his predecessor pope benedict at the papal residence in castel gandolfo, the first time a meeting like this has taken place in possibly 600 years. that is the last time a pope resigned. benedict will eventually live in a monastery inside the vatican. >>> president obama is wrapping up the first overseas trip in jordan. the president is visiting jordan's most popular tourist attraction, the fabled ancient city of petra. he is worried about extremists if assad is overthrown and will keep plugging away in hopes of restarting peace talks between israel and the palestinians. >>> and lawmakers in north dakota have passed what could lead to the most restricted abortion law in the nation. they passed a resolution that says life begins at conception essentially banning all abortions. voters will next decide next year if they want to add that to the state constitution. if it were to pass that law would almost trigger a lengthy legal battle. >>> police were asking for help trying to find this gunman firing into a ch
pope francis, he didn't even make the bracket created for this year's papal face-off proving this might be the year of the underdog. all right, favorite book, there is a bracket for that. most hated basketball player of the last 30 years, there's one for that, as well. >> we can also say we work it out every year, me and the friends this time of year, number one overall seed, guys, candy bars. >> snickers. >> reese's. >> mounds. >> i don't know. >> mounds? >> i'm with paula. snickers. sam? >> i don't think it's fair to choose between your children. i love them all equally. outside it's finally settled in now. this cold air stretches from seattle all the way to jacksonville. look how much of the country has got that chill and a lot below normal. up to 20 degrees below normal. chicago, windchills are at like 15 this morning. memphis, feels like 33. here's the spring outlook. generally what the government's forecast service is saying that we will get to spring and get to a warmer than normal spring. it's just going to take two weeks to get that warm air toward the east and, of course, we'r
-starting peace talks. ♪ >>> new insight this morning on pope francis and his possible willingness to compromise on controversial issues. "the new york times" says while he was a cardinal in argentina, the pope told a private meeting of bishops that he would support civil unions for gay couples calling it, quote, the lesser of two evils" compared to gay marriage. >>> and more problems for carnival cruise line, that ship stranded in the gulf of mexico for five days last month will now be out f service longer than first thought. the "triumph" won't be repaired until june 10. so ten more cruises have to be canceled. >>> and look at this. a routine traffic stop in michigan ended up being anything but routine. officers popping the trunk and look what jumps out. >> whoa. >> there'sen explanation. the driver hit a deer, thought it was dead so he put it in his trunk but the deer was very much alive and strong enough to run back into the woods. good for bambi. >>> and now diane sawyer with a preview of tonight's "world news." diane. >> hello, paula. it's great to talk to you again, and tonight on "world
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)